Zach Four Pillar Freedom Quotes
|Born||January 01, 1994|
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Best Quotes by Zach Four Pillar Freedom
“A mindset shift that made selling products and services easier for me:
If I genuinely believe the product or service I'm selling offers a massive return for someone, I'd be doing a disservice to people by not promoting it.”
“An open office space is horrible for productivity, but great for camaraderie.”
“Be impatient in the short-term and patient in the long-term.
Most people get this backwards. They're too slow to take action in the short-term, yet they expect results right away.
You should take action consistently each day, but don't expect results for months or years.”
“Corporate culture can turn interesting work into a nightmare.”
“Enjoyable Active Income: income resulting from active work that an individual finds enjoyable.”
“I can’t imagine enjoying any corporate job. No matter how much I like the work itself, the environment and daily schedule is just too awful.”
“If you can gain autonomy, you give yourself far more freedom to pursue competence and relatedness.”
“If you have knowledge in a subject that most people are intimidated by, you can use that knowledge to earn some serious income.”
“The best way to attract money into your life is to create value for a specific audience. The more value you provide and the larger the audience you provide it for, the higher your income.”
“The best way to attract money is to create value for a specific group of people.”
“The concept of “work” doesn’t scare me. I can easily sit in a coffee shop for five hours on a Saturday morning and work on something I find interesting. I enjoy the grind, just not in a corporate environment.”
“The harder a skill is to learn, the more you can earn because the economy rewards the rare.”
“There is a reason that cashiers earn minimum wage: most people can learn how to operate a cash register in under 30 minutes with no prior training.”
“When you have to build something, your learning is both (1) need-based and (2) outcome-oriented.
(1) need-based: you only learn skills that you will need to build that thing you’re working on.
(2) outcome-oriented: that thing you’re building is tangible. It will be seen by you and possibly others.”
“Whenever you trade time for money, there is an inherent upper limit on how much you can earn.”
“You can't compete with someone who enjoys the process.”
“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems. Simply having a goal to become wealthy does not work. You need a system in place that makes wealth creation inevitable.”
“You don’t need to take a course or read a textbook to pick up a new skill. Instead, try to build something with that skill that you find interesting.”
“Your passion isn’t just hiding out there somewhere waiting to be discovered by you. You have to pursue work you find interesting, experiment with many different types of work, and ultimately cultivate a passion from the ground up.”